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BigTyp Revo.
 

Features

- Top-down Blowing Design structure, benefit from cooling both CPU and motherboard surrounding components.
- 5 x Ø 6 mm heat-pipes direct touch CPU surface increasing heat conductivity - Support up to 160W
- Large High density Aluminum fins provides larger surface area to quickly dissipate heat
- One Powerful 12cm Fan, PWM function with 800~1,800 RPM
- Support all the latest Intel and AMD socket including LGA2011.


Detail Features

Top-down Blowing Design with 5 Heatpipes
- 5 x Ø 6 mm heat-pipes direct touch CPU surface increasing heat conductivity - Support up to 160W
- Top-down Blowing Design benefits from cooling both CPU and motherboard surrounding components
- Large High density Aluminum fins provides larger surface area to quickly dissipate heat

Powerful fan
- one Powerful 12cm Fan, PWM function with 800~1,800 RPM

Support Multi-socket Mounting System
- Universal socket support :
Intel: LGA2011,LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775
AMD: FM1,AM3+,AM3,AM2+,AM2


Dimension


CLP0602 BigTyp Revo. Installation

CLP0602 BigTyp Revo. Installation

Intel

Step One: Insert the four long screws through the back-plate into the four holes on the motherboard and secure them with the four plastic spacers.

Step Two: Put the two Intel mounting bars along the four long screws and secure them with the four nuts.

Step Three: For LGA2011: Screwing the LGA 2011 screw onto motherboard tightly and put the two Intel mounting bars on the LGA 2011 screws. Fasten the four nuts onto the mounting bars tightly.

Step Four: Securing the two T-mounting bars to the base of cooler by short screws.

Step Five: Applying a thin layer of thermal grease

Step Six: Place the assembled heat-sink onto the CPU and tighten each fixing bolts evenly.

 

Step Seven: Connect the 4-pin wire to the motherboard’s CPU fan connector. Installation is done.

 

 

AMD

Step One: Insert the four long screws through the back-plate into the four holes on the motherboard and secure them with the four plastic spacers.

Step Two: Put the two AMD mounting bars along the four long screws and secure them with the four nuts.

Step Three: Securing the two T-mounting bars to the base of cooler by short screws.

Step Four: Applying a thin layer of thermal grease

Step Five: Place the assembled heat-sink onto the CPU and tighten each fixing bolts evenly.

Step Six: Connect the 4-pin wire to the motherboard’s CPU fan connector. Installation is done.